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These slides are part of a course about interactive objects in games. The lectures cover some of the most widely used methodologies that allow smart objects and non-player characters (NPCs) to exhibit autonomy and flexible behavior through various forms of decision making, including techniques for pathfinding, reactive behavior through automata and processes, and goal-oriented action planning. More information can be found here: http://tinyurl.com/sv-intobj-2013
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